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5 Reasons You Should Start Journaling

5 Reasons You Should Start Journaling

| November 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Have you heard about the importance of journaling lately? Sure you have. It’s all the rage in every entrepreneur’s morning routine. There are apps and software popping up all over the place to help promote the habit. The practice of journaling or expressive writing is not something novel, but it is definitely getting some extra […]

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3 Principles to Be a Great Business Leader, Not a Manager

3 Principles to Be a Great Business Leader, Not a Manager

| November 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

I have a pretty straightforward philosophy on the types of head honchos that are out there. Simply put, there are the leaders and there are the managers. I think the biggest misconception about leadership is that being a leader and being a manager are mutually inclusive, that one can’t exist without the other. Not true. […]

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Social CEO-ing, New Mantra, to Create Customer-Champs

Social CEO-ing, New Mantra, to Create Customer-Champs

| October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Stop thinking of yourself as an ‘employee’ of any organization. In reality, you can never be. You are what you are – a living, thinking, caring human. This is exactly you must convey to your customers, that ‘hey, I am not a robot, wanting all the money in your pocket.’ Work on your very […]

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Get Off the Entrepreneur’s Rollercoaster

Get Off the Entrepreneur’s Rollercoaster

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Entrepreneurs will often talk about the “entrepreneur’s rollercoaster.”  Starting a company is certainly something that induces ups and downs, victories and defeats, failures and successes and a ride full of differing emotions. Allowing yourself to go through ups and downs is counterproductive, tiring, and unhealthy.  It is imperative to be so strong that nothing can […]

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How to Use Asana to Be a More Productive Entrepreneur

How to Use Asana to Be a More Productive Entrepreneur

| October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

As entrepreneurs we are faced with some hectic schedules. These schedules aren’t made any easier when you factor in the random day-to-day tasks that pop-up from wearing multiple hats, random meeting requests, drop-ins, phone calls, etc. Being task oriented is critical to my success. I’m a “D” in the DISC model. So staying on top […]

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7 Things I Learned From Almost Being Kidnapped

7 Things I Learned From Almost Being Kidnapped

| October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been tuned in, you just read about my first kidnapping. “First,” because, yes, there’s a second one. This time, the type of skills we teach at The Art of Charm came even more into play. If you liked the story of my first kidnapping, strap yourself in for a bumpy ride. This one […]

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Breaking Mental Barriers to Achieve Success

Breaking Mental Barriers to Achieve Success

| October 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Success is a journey. In fact, success is often one of the most difficult and exciting journeys we will ever embark upon in our lives. Years ago, I discovered a powerful secret that changed my life forever. I learned that success is a mindset. In the age of self-help gurus and motivational speakers we have […]

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When to Say No: Not All Client Partnerships are a Match Made in Heaven

When to Say No: Not All Client Partnerships are a Match Made in Heaven

| October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

As an entrepreneur, I’ve made a life for myself by taking and embracing risk. I am the first to understand that no business is possible without risk, but at the same time, not all risk is good for business. In the entrepreneurial world, I think there is a common assumption that no client partnership is […]

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7 Hacks to Get Through The 3:00pm Work Slump

7 Hacks to Get Through The 3:00pm Work Slump

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

We all know the feeling of that mid-afternoon energy lull. Slumped in the office chair, we find ourselves mentally checking out, and probably falling into the vortex that is social media. Research suggests that 2:55pm is the twilight zone of productivity, the time where nothing gets done except perhaps a bit of quality daydreaming. But […]

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6 Social Skills That Helped Me Escape Being Kidnapped Part 1

6 Social Skills That Helped Me Escape Being Kidnapped Part 1

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Most people know me, Jordan Harbinger, as one of the founders of The Art of Charm. We’re a company that shows guys how to hone their social skills, which for a lot of guys means meeting more women, making new friends and doing better at work. What a lot of people don’t know about me […]

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